As the weather warms up, we shift from focusing on the kitchen to the exterior of the farmhouse. We are also welcoming many new members to our farm family, and enjoying the beauty of spring in the country. So this week we are sharing a fun Video Tour of the farm in all its spring splendor, Read more
Every year we like to spread a bit of Christmas cheer by sharing our first snow with you. There is something miraculous about the effect those crisp white flakes have on our farm. This year’s first snow held many special moments that we will never forget…
If you don’t follow me on instagram you might not know why the blog has been so neglected. Like a family of squirrels preparing for the coming winter we have been working nonstop to get siding patched and painted, windows restored, and gut more areas to pave the way for the structural repair team coming Read more
We have been asked the question over and over: “Why don’t you have a kitchen yet?” The only real way to answer that question is to tell you the story of what has happened. Our inexperience, financial issues, noncommittal contractors, exhaustion, and an ever-expanding list of required repairs that have to be done before the kitchen Read more
Though we have now lived 2 years at Bryarton Farm we still get butterflies in our stomachs when we really look at the craftsmanship of our little 1893 farmhouse. That is a sign of true love and I’ll admit we are smitten. So today I am devoting an entire post to showing you the beautiful details of the farmhouse that make Read more
Spring is one of our favorite times of year here at Bryarton Farm. Not only are the flowers blooming, but new life is springing up in the coop and the barn too! This spring tour of our farmyard is full of examples of how the Creator artfully breathes life back into the fields and paints our Read more
On any home, the porch is one of the hardest hit places by weather. Our 123 year old farmhouse is no different. So while the girls and I were attending an out-of-town baby shower, Michael decided he would start tackling some of its much needed repairs.